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A Branson Landmark: Stone Hill Winery

Did you know Stone Hill Winery in Branson is the oldest and most awarded winery in Missouri? With three different locations in the state, Stone Hill Winery consistently upholds the standards of producing high quality wines, providing incredible customer service and educating the public on the history of the company and production processes. 293 more words


On the seventh day of wine...


Among my fondest wine tasting memories is a evening at Robert Mondavi where I had a vertical tasting of a certain Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s a simple suggestion, to sample the same wine as produced over several years, but it’s complicated.

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Half-Way Day 6...


French Oak barrels are the gold standard for winemakers. They generally come from government-regulated forests in Aller, Limousin, Nevers, Troncais & Vosages. The trees used to make French barrels are at least twice as old when harvested as American Oaks.

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All About Them Bubbles!

A couple weeks ago we caught up with Kirkwood Community College enology and viticulture program lead Lucas McIntire (and head winemaker of The Winery at Kirkwood) who had just released a brand new sparkling wine.   9 more words


Practical Proverbial, from Mark, 15 December 2014

“No one sews a patch of unshrunk cloth on an old garment. Otherwise, the new piece will pull away from the old, making the tear worse. 575 more words